LEAGUE CITY, Texas (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — DynaStudy, Inc. (www.dynanotes.com) was recently awarded certification as a Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) by the Texas Building and Procurement Commission (TBPC). The TBPC develops rules and administers the certification and compliance functions for the State of Texas minority and woman-owned business program. Certified companies are listed in the HUB directory, available at www.tbpc.state.tx.us. The program encourages and promotes the utilization of HUBs by all state agencies and reports their use to the state legislature.
“Women have made and continue to make incredible contributions to public education in Texas,” said Jill Tennant, president of DynaStudy, Inc. “As a 100% women-owned and women-operated educational publishing company, we are proud to continue that tradition by creating affordable, effective tools for Texas students, teachers, and parents.”
DynaStudy, Inc. is the publisher of the popular DynaNotes TAKS(TM) review guides and teacher tools. TAKS, the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills, is part of Texas’ statewide assessment program to measure its curriculum. According to the Texas Education Agency (TEA) report 2005 Comprehensive Annual Report on Texas Public Schools, only 62% of Texas students met the minimum requirements to pass all of their TAKS tests 2005. Promoting student success and improving TAKS test scores are critical goals for Texas schools and districts.
DynaNotes review guides are durable, high-gloss colorful cards that summarize all the TAKS objectives for quick and easy reference. DynaNotes are 8.5″ x 11″ and three-hole-punched for easy storage in students’ binders. These student-friendly 2-page and 4-page summaries cover years of skills and start at just $4.95. A broad selection of Reading, English Language Arts, Mathematics, and Science products is available, Grades 3 through Exit Level, including Spanish versions through Grade 6.
“Strong sales and customer demand for more products have enabled us to quickly expand our product line from just nine review guides to 24 review guides with coordinating teacher transparency packets. With this HUB certification, we hope to reach an even wider audience of schools and districts so that all Texas students, teachers, and parents can benefit from our affordable TAKS preparation tools,” said Tennant.
DynaStudy’s customers include large and small districts (such as Galveston, Holliday, Houston, Johnson City, Lubbock, Mercedes, Pasadena, and Waco) and schools with accountability ratings ranging from unacceptable to exemplary. The company was founded in October 2005, and the DynaNotes TAKS review guides were first offered for sale to schools and districts on January 2, 2006.
TAKS is a registered trademark of the Texas Education Agency (TEA). DynaStudy, Inc. has received a license to use the TAKS acronym and the TAKS Objective Statements of the TAKS Study Guide. TEA Copyright Notice: Copyright (c) 2004. Content used here under license. All Rights Reserved. DynaStudy, Inc. is in no other way affiliated with the TEA or the TAKS exam.
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Original Story ID: (1467) :: 2006-03-0323-004
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